Agnès Varda's The Beaches of Agnès, Havana Marking's Afghan Star
J.J. Abrams's Star Trek, Ron Howard's Angels & Demons, Olivier Assayas's Summer Hours
A callous vigilante and sentimental old fogy, Clint Eastwood has become indivisible from his myth.
Nuri Bilge Ceylan's Three Monkeys, Erick Zonca's Julia, Jim Jarmusch's The Limits of Control.
Kiyoshi Kurosawa's Tokyo Sonata, Steve McQueen's Hunger, Andrzej Wajda's Katyn.
Slumdog Millionaire may provide
romantic escapism for some, but for me it stirs up very real memories
from my childhood in India.
Hollywood's first talking film marked the beginning of the end for some of cinema's biggest stars, but it did preserve the talent of Al Jolson on celluloid.
The only film ever made that could be said to have cost the United States government billions--in a missile defense system that only Hollywood could make work.
Hollywood was concerned that the saga of the Joads might send a "pro-Communist" message, but in the end, even Whittaker Chambers liked this film, which says something.